Stephen Hepler

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Past studies have shown that in certain tasks, subjects are not able to selectively attend to specific areas of a visual display even if instructed to do so. Yet, a more recent study (Graves, 1976) has used the concept of selective attention to explain the difference between the number of items processed in forced choice detection tasks and the number(More)
The need for instruction which can vary with the requirements o f individual learners, both in terms of time and stress given to variou s parts of the subject content, is particularly evident in college subjects which are designed to raise overall performance in a genera l skill area. This type of instruction will be referred to a s individualized(More)
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